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GERRY CONNEELY'S Espresso Theatre Company graced the Town Hall studio last week with his warmly funny, Valentine's-appropriate, love-themed musical play That Same Old Story.
Barista training is now available in Galway, So what is a Barista? the dictionary says it is a person who makes and serves coffee ( as espresso) to the public. That is it in a nutshell, however it is easier said than done.
Are you sick of relying on coffee to keep you energised throughout these busy summer days? Are you looking for a more natural and healthy way to boost your energy levels? With the long days and even longer nights that summer brings, it can be hard to keep up with it all. But fear not, Evergreen Healthfoods is here to help.
Lots of people cannot imagine getting out of the door in the morning without their trusty cup of joe.
When I was a lad the really cool thing to drink was Irel coffee. This came in a bottle and was a sticky black treacle like substance which you mixed with sugar, hot water, and a lot of milk. Later came Nescafé powdered coffee in a tiny tin, not much bigger than a tin of shoe polish, and if you used more than a half teaspoon you were in mega trouble. As time marched on pubs started to serve food and we had Cona coffee machines, which were good if your cup was served directly after it was made, however it could be (and often was) two, three, or four hours old. I have several memories (some quite recent) of sending coffee back while complaining that it was burnt/old only to be served a new ‘fresh’ cup from the same disgusting brew. The ‘fresh cup’ was inevitably accompanied by a comment like, nobody else complained!
Adrian Vlasceanu of Esquires Coffee House, Fairgreen Shopping Centre, Carlow has won the Best Individual Barista Award at the 2008 Annual Esquires Coffee Houses Competition.
With close to 30 years of experience in the coffee and tea business, Bewley’s master coffee roaster Paul O’Toole has created some preparation tips and techniques to help you enjoy real fresh coffee. You can find roast and ground coffee in packs in nearly every supermarket across the country, so why not give it a try and enjoy a real coffee experience. Choose coffee that is 100 per cent Arabica, which is the highest grade of coffee available.